Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has announced its first fitness tracking gadget. It's called the Mi Band, and while it may not have a screen or a heart rate monitor, it'll cost the equivalent of $13.
Adidas has announced a fitness wrist band called the miCoach Fit Smart, and although it looks a little like the Nike FuelBand, it's aimed at the more serious athlete. It has a heart rate monitor and a workout intensity meter.
Just because Apple's forthcoming heart rate monitoring ear buds were a hoax, doesn't mean you have to give up on the idea. A new Kickstarter project, FreeWavz, offer a host of biofeedback features, fully wireless connection, environmental awareness, and more.